Electric Rider Critical Components Motors
Industrial and heavy-duty operations use industrial grade forklifts in order to add protective value. Some of these features include the ability to perform at challenging performance levels, and being able to operate at maximum uptime. Additionally, Yale forklifts are built and engineered using Industrial Grade Critical Components. This provides excellent productive value and fantastic economic life. These are several of the key differences which you can depend on successfully when using Yale machines.
Electric motors allow the lift truck to lift and travel at the top speeds required for maximum throughput and productivity. AC Motors are implemented and this significantly reduces overall maintenance expenses. The steering motor functionality is integrated into the hydraulic motor; this simplifies the overall system and really increases the dependability. For supreme heat resistance, motors are insulated using Class H insulation.
The key to the present competitive warehouse environment is versatility. A lift truck which can operate on a loading dock, inside of a trailer and also in conventional aisles is an invaluable machine. Yale features the ERP-VT. This specific unit is an electric rider, 3-wheel unit which offers superior comfort and intelligent technology.
ERP-VT Productivity Enhancements
Spacious Operator Compartment: The easy to adjust seat and steering column tilt angle enable the operator to customize for utmost comfort and productivity. Additionally, this unit features a low profile cowl design.
Dual AC Power Drive Motors: The Dual AC Power Drive Motors help to increase the number of loads per shift by offering smooth directional changes.
Hydrostatic Steer System: With least effort from the operator, the Hydrostatic Steer System will allow for more precise steering control.
Auto Deceleration System: The Auto Deceleration System is responsible to slow the forklift to a stop. This occurs when you release the accelerator pedal. This function has been shown to extend the brake life of the unit.
Extended Shift: The Extended Shift allows balance to be attained between the extended battery shift life and high performance equipment.